Zantac Intestinal Cancer
Do you suffer from intestinal cancer? Did you take Zantac? Zantac may be contaminated with NDMA and there may be significant Zantac intestinal cancer risk. In this post, we’ll take a look at the question, “Does Zantac cause intestinal cancer?”
Background: NMDA Contamination in Zantac
In late 2019, independent labs began to warn that Zantac may be contaminated with NDMA. NDMA is a cancer-causing chemical that is actually used to create cancer in laboratory rats. In April 2020, the FDA confirmed that there are “elevated” levels of NDMA in Zantac and that Zantac may cause cancer — potentially including intestinal cancer.
Does Zantac cause intestinal cancer?
Because it is ingested and digested by the body, NDMA in Zantac may cause digestive tract and gastrointestinal cancers, including stomach cancer and intestinal cancer. Roughly 20 different types of cancer may be connected to Zantac.
Recent research suggests that NDMA-contaminated Zantac intestinal cancer risk may be high.
While researchers are working to determine specific cancers that may be linked to Zantac, the evidence suggests that NDMA-contaminated Zantac may cause intestinal cancer.
There are multiple types of intestinal cancer, including colorectal cancer, small intestine cancer (including adenocarcinomas and sarcoma), carcinoid tumors, and lymphomas.
In a 1999 study, researchers determined that “A significant positive association was observed between intake of NDMA and subsequent occurrence of colorectal cancer.” Colorectal cancer is a type of intestinal cancer.
In a 2018 study examining NDMA cancer risk in another potentially dangerous drug, valsartan, researchers also found disturbing connections between NDMA and intestinal cancer. The study authors noted that “Increases in risk were observed for colorectal cancer,” a common type of intestinal cancer.
Similarly, a separate study funded by the Swedish Cancer Foundation found “an increased risk of colorectal cancer [a type of intestinal cancer] among individuals with a high intake of NDMA.”
It is important to note that a statistically significant, direct causal relationship has not been determined between contaminated Zantac and intestinal cancer, however available evidence supports a strong link.
Researchers at the Sloan Memorial Cancer Center are currently looking into potential connections between NDMA in Zantac and various forms of cancer.
Have you been diagnosed with intestinal cancer (or another type of cancer) after taking Zantac?
Those who have taken Zantac or ranitidine and diagnosed with intestinal cancer may be entitled to a Zantac cancer claim.
You or a loved one may be entitled to significant financial compensation and we would love to help you seek the justice and compensation you deserve.
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Zantac may be associated with at least 20 different types of cancer, including:
- Intestinal cancer (including small intestine and colorectal)
- Stomach cancer
- Kidney cancer
- Liver cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Esophageal cancer
- Throat/nasal cancer
- Lung cancer
- Breast cancer
- Ovarian cancer
- Uterine cancer
- Testicular cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Thyroid cancer
- Brain cancer
- Bladder cancer
- Non-Hodgkins lymphoma
- Multiple myeloma
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If you’ve been diagnosed with intestinal (including colorectal or small intestine) or another type of cancer after taking Zantac or ranitidine, you may be entitled to compensation.
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